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is Sfc 3^4 XMflS PHOTOS WE WOULD BE PLEASED TO 5HOW YOU THE MANY NEW STYLES FOR THIS SEASON A MATTER OF HEALTH t£'J ti&J 1 jksteSv Pare ms mssmm H. A. Norman made a business trip to Arion last Monday. T. J. Garrison returned hist week from a trip to Chicago. Geo. Chamberl'm &nd wife of Dunlap spent Sunday in Denison. Some of the members of the family of C. H. Wilson are undergoing a siege of t*h small-pox. Miss Mabel Merrill expects to eat Thanksgiving dinner at the home her aunt in Sac City. Mr. John Tludd, who removed to Schleswig last spring, has again taken up his residence in this city* J. W. Miller of the Bank of Denison is enjoying a visit this week with his Jmother, wno lives at Manning Mrs. C. W. Merril and Mi.s.- Bowen went to St. Louis Monday visit the World's fair for a week. The Denison Sunday school district (convention was held at the Methodist church Snn.lny afternoon and evening. There will be no school on Friday or Saturday of this week, so the pupils and teachers will enjoy quite a vaca tion*. Last week there was quite a force of »men st work on the central school building putting anew coat of paint on thefoof. Mrs. John Ainsworth was ill on Thursday and Friday of last week and her place in thepublic schools was well supplied by Miss Valeria Matthews. Mrs. Temple's mother, Mrs. Qlasson, who has been quite low for the last lew weeks with an attack of heart failure, is reported as much improved. Dr. Bond reports that an epidemic of the grip threatens to break out in this community. Per60tis should be on their guard against this unpleasant disease. Mrs. Orace Lockard returned to her ^home in Mason City last week after several days' visit at the home of her treats. On her way home she was [detained a short time by a train wreok kt Marshailtown. The members of the high school culty have received an invitation im the faculty of the state university Attend the state conference of ool j^s and secondary schools to be held |owa City on Friday, Nov. 25. The of the meeting was placed in the Fhafnksgiving vacation so as to give all eaohers an opportunity to attend. Do Not Forget the 50 Per Cent Trim med Millinery Reduction Sale. kLk./ t- f3*» c»-^ & V/ GOOD PHOTOGRAPHS C. C. Cook, a real estate man from Council Bluff?,, was in Denison on Monday on lusiness. Julius Balle was in Chicago last week where he purchased an exfa supply of holiday goods for the Balle Brodersen Co. Mrs. Jane McCord and daughter Alma left last week for Stroud, Okla where she will spend the winter with .Mrs R. E. Grason. The statpment of the Crawford County State B.ink appears in another cotmmn of this issue and the showing rnnde is a very credible one. S. G. Wright spent Sunday and Monday in Denison. On Tuesday he we"t to Omaha where he was to meet a number of his customers. Dr. Carr's many friends are pleased earn 0f t0 Mild rod to tt that he will soon be able to be about again. He has had a complete rest and fc?ls as good as new. Jim Buchner, one of the best hearted and most jolly Knights of Pythias traveling on the road, was in Denison O.J Tuesday shaking hands, with the b'jys-. The stone cutters who went out- on a sympathetic strike last week while working on the court house have de cided they have no grievance, and have returned to work. John Casnerson, the tailor secured a lea=e on the buildiug just north of THK RKVIKW office has nrjved his tailor shop therein. He has fixed up the room in good shape and says he will be pleased to have all his frienda call at hi9 new location. The good people of Deloit are ar ranging to put on a home talent play in the near future, the title of which is "The Corner Store." and the date is Friday evening Dec. 2. The fact that Messrs. Ed. Ainsworth and Carey Phillips are at the bead of it and are to be the star actors assures the success of the undertaking. The attraction "Her Only Sin" at the Opera house Monday night was well attended and proved a very credit able performance. All the members were professional and all special scenery was used. In fact there has not been many shows in Denison using more special, up to date scenery than the one of Monday night. The com pany was a regular oity attraction and we.l deserved the house it received. Wm. McBride has sold his fine farm just west of Denison to Mr. Julius Soncksen the price being 'seventy-five dollars per acre. The deal was a cash one and was made in less than an hour. Mr. McBride is as yet undecided as to where he will locate his only reason for selling his farm wa9 to get a larger one. He has two boys who think a great deal more of home than some boys do and as they are industrious lads and want to keep busy, he must have more land. Nothing More Acceptable for Holiday Gifts, Than w. W- Jos. McColl of Dow City was in Den ison yesterday. T. D. Miller of Dunlap transacted bmint'ss in Denison Tuesday. Miss Gertrude Bradbury is spending her vacation iu Denison ao the home of narent?. Parties desiring a boy to work for bard and attend school, apply to W. C. Van Ne9s. Mrs. John Pump, of Persia, visited with her son Emil in Denison a few days last week. lo *'•, ""fc iS lit i**- Ferouson Guess today. J. H. Dempster and wife of Vail, were in town Tuesday. How many feathers on a Rooster? We will answer the question Dec. 15. Maurice O'Connor of Vail was in Denison last Monday on court business. Mrs, Geo. Hruska visited at the home of her parents near West Side the past week. W. H. Gould, who had his left hand amputated last week, is improving nicely, Mr. H, N. Iaemun, of Jersey City, N, J., is visiting at the home of Mr. W. G. Morris, Miss Kate Cavanaugh returned 10 her school duties near Schleswig on Sunday last. Editor Hungerford of the Carroll Herald was in Denison Monday as a witness in the libel case. Mrs. Chris Brandenberg of Charter Oak township visited with her brother 1 A Gus Retrmun, one day 11'.-1 week. J. E. Lloyd, the Loom End Man, was a iJenisiui visitor Tuesday. He has a big auie at Lake View next week. Only a short time left now in which to get your guess in on THK REVIEW Rooster. The contest closes Dee. 15. Architect G. A. Berlinghof has been laid up for a few days with a sprained knee which be sustained by slipping and falling. The K. P. boys will give a "smaker" at Castle hall one week from next Monday night, the occasion being elec tion of o'Vcer.-. A •Much interest in neing manifested in the white capping case which is on trial in the court this week. A good number are in the court room each day following the detail- of the case. The bible study cla^s organized by the Epworth League last week is do has »g nicely, There was a good attend ance at the regular meeting Monday night. Mr. Stratum's little boy fell out of the milk wagon one day last week and was run over. It is a wonder that he was not badly hurt but as it was he was only detained from school for a day. Mrs. E. M. Parker has returned to her old home at Sigourney, Iowa, where she will spend the winter. Mr Parker will remain In Denison until January 1st. Mrs. Parker is a win some little lady, who will be missed in many circles A football game has been arranged for Thanksgiving between Denison and Vail on the college grounds. Both elevens hrve been practicing and the game will be interesting. A small ad mission fee will be charged to defray actual expenses. Everybody turn out and see the game. W. C. Pollock returned this morning from Omaha, where he purchased a car of the finest white-face cattle ever brought into this county for feeding purposes. He says they coBt him some money, but he believes in having the best. He has lately purchased 75 acres more of lrod. THE BEVIEW prints eight pages al at home each week, and has two local pages each issue. The second page is devoted to editorial, the third to local, the sixth to correspondence and the seventh to miscellaneous. These are all inside pages, you should not fail to look them over. 4 H* SPECIAL OFFERINGS ON %v iksaa LAST WEEK'S SOCIETY EVENT Reception Given by Four Ladies in Honor of Mrs. Cook, of F'. Dodge. Denison H. A. A"it riSivV!',?'.. Hi- ii i- v-'Vi't' took plii'itj last Vv'edneMlii.j aiterui uu at the home of Mrs. N. L. I-luni, iMe*dai«p Hutu, Thiem, Scott Wh»*"i-r and Koti ing t.be hostesses. The aiicsr, of ,vu» SIr». EJ. A. Cook of Ft. Dodge. About three hundred yui*ht wt'i itt attendiiuce and were received from two until seven. They were admitted by the little Misses Hhea Wheeier and Harrift G.jb.jr?. The decorations were, very artistic consisting of pink, red and white carnation* and ferns, while in thedini:: room yellow was the pre vailing color, the scheme beintr verj nicely carried out with yellow drapers and yellow chrysanthemums. Music wns the principal feature of the afternoon's entertainment. Mrs. Martin and Mrs. Sibbert rendered pleasing vocal selections, while instru mental music was furnished bv th» Misses._ Ilftine, Whgtlj-r and Heleii Garber. Mis9 Randall of The pupils of the hpgb school enjoy an interesting and inspiring talk fto.ii R^r. Bryce of the Presbyterian church Tuesday morning. Contractor Marxeti has so far recov ered from his inju'-ies received a few ••vee!-.- atro a- to be able to walk with out, he u-e of his crutches. Election and Thanksgiving days ••cine as close together this year as p"-sibie the farmer coming on the 8t-b. a- lat as it, ever comes, and the latter coining on the 24th, as early as it ever comes. Is it possihle there is a connivance between-them to get togeth er?—Audubon Republican. Proceedings of the district court were brought to a standstill Tuesday forenoon on account of a telephone call for Judge Church. A five minutes' recess was taken while the judge lis tened to the glad news from his home that a little baby girl had been born to his daughter. The new arrival Is the .ludge's first grandchild and the an nouncement of the news was the occa sion for hearty congratulations from the lawyers and court officials. The next number on the lecture course will be given by the Katherine Ertz Bowden Co. Sat. Nov. 26 and will consist of a pictorial presentation of the beautiful Indian Dream "Hia watha". This beautiful legend of Longfellow's is the delight of all school children and Mrs. Bowden's telling of the story combined with the most perfect moving pictures, which Mrs. Bowden made directly from the drama give It-a fascination for both old and young that can hardly be realized. Members of the Lecture Course Committee are daily receiving the most flatte:ing reports of her entertainment from those who have witnessed it elsewhere. Seats re served at Johnsons Wednesday. Gallery ch'ldren under 15 years 35 cents adults 50 cents, unreserved section on floor 50 cents. Reserved seats 65 cents. Season tickets $2.00. Millinery. Monday, November 28th, 1 his Sale is but the first of many to follow leading' up to our removal to our new quarters. It shall be ou endeavor to substantially reduce our stocks, so we may open up our new store with a brand new stock of 111 chandise Be sure and make it a point to visit our store at all times, as we shall from time to time offer chandise at greatly reduced prices to move the goods and these Special Offerings will not always be her aided in our advertisements. And Till the Close of the Present Millinery Season. All Trimmed Hats Now In Stock We Shall Close at HALF PRICE on and After the Above Mentioned Date. tMaa& r--i• n-rri^n THE BALLE-BRODERSEN CO, Department Store, Den'son, Iowa. of it at :t.he college recited in her usual pleading manner, Besides Mrs. Cook, the out of town guests were the Mesdames Butter Winth, Swasey, Davis, and Chatnberlii Of Do'v City. ,m on Veilne-dav, Nov "Si, to. Mr. and Mr.-. Hugo Gehert, a girl. M- L: H.nillh :n, r.'c(ir.:.r-! !ecr, wa. »v.»r frrtn Charter O ik Tuesday. VTiu. McBride cjoyed a visit from hi-: fii.th.-T of Defiance, on Tuesday last. Turkt-ys are too high for the most of U-, but then you will want to kill a roost-!- anyway, so you can count the feathers. E. W Pierce went to Omaha last Thursday to have an operation per formed on his eye. His eye is doing rri-el vat this writing. F, ster Pierce arrived-home Tuesday nisrht from the Iowa State college at Ames to spend Thanksgiving with his parents. 5 4. There, will be a special meeting of the Commercial ciub to-night to con sider whether the bathtub will be recaiatd in the club rooms or not. Otto Moeuck, who has been in Cali fornia for the past two years, has re turned to Denison and has accepted a position with the Balle-Brodersen Co. •is expert window trimmer. W. A. McHenrv's herd of cattle will be taken to Chicago tonight to be ex hibited at the International Live Stock exposition. They will no doubt 'tarrv oft' the usual number of prem iums. Mocha Cofiee 2 rt*^ Some People Think A Shoe is a Shoe and that's all there is to it- They praise or con demn a Shoe without examining into its quality, how it is made, the kind of leather, the way the sole is put on, how it will fit, the kind of leather in the soles, the kind of counters, whether it is sewed with silk or linen thread, and many, many other things to consider. That's the reason we ask you to come to a store that knows when all these things are or are not in a shoe. We know. We have been at it for sixteen years, buying and selling shoes. We know who make the good and know who make the bad. We stand between you and the bad and we sell only the good. We want you to come in and put us to test. We know when a shoe is good and you will get the best fit Kelley's Shoe Store. Denison or Carroll. James Jones was in South Dakota on land business. Editor Rudd was up from Dow City on Wednesday morning. Tuesday afternoon at the Methodist parsonage occurred the marriage of Mr. Terry Copeland of Defiance to Miss Jane MrGill of Vai!, Rev. Dr. Miller officiating. They will make their home at Defiance. HOT SODA MENU Vichy 5c Kissigen 5c Splits 15c Apolinaris pints 20c Seltzer 5c Vimalt The Denison high school football team was disappointed this week in not being able to arrange for a Thanks giving football game wit". Dow City at this place. They also tried to arrange a game with Manilla and a few other towns but up to this time they have been unsuccessful. In all probability they will not play a game to-morrow. COLUMBIA SODA FOUNTAIN .DENISON DRUG COMPANY Tomato Bouillon ioc Buckeye Root Beer ioc Liquid Chocolate ioc Malted Milk ioc Beef Bouillon ioc Creme de Men the _.ioc I'OC Jamaica Ginger ioc Clam Bouillon ..ioc Claret Phosphate.. ioc Vigoral ioc Asparox ioc MINERAL WATERS Hunyadi Janos 10c Deep Rock 5c Boro Lithia 5c Red Raven Splits .15c White Rock 5c HEADACHE CURES Bromo Caffeine xoc Brotno Celery ioc Bromo Soda ioc Aromatic Spirits Ammonia 5c Bicarbonate Soda 5c Antikamnia.. 5c Bromo Seltzer ioc Sedlitz Powders 5c Orangeine ioc Seltzer and Lemon 5c TONICS 200 Malt Marrow.. 20c Beef, Wine and Iron ioc Best Tonic --.25c Pepsin Ginger Ale Malt Extract with Iron 15c 0 lO J] "j' "s, 5 J"" W&'J A "i 1 t, I livk PfM LP"